Andrew Mattei

Partner
Banking & Finance

Andrew Mattei, a partner in the New York office, is a member of the Banking & Debt Capital Markets group.

Mr. Mattei represents both domestic and non-U.S. commercial banks and investment banks in negotiation of complex leveraged and investment grade lending transactions.  He has a wide range of experience in first lien/second lien financing and negotiation of intercreditor agreements.  Mr. Mattei has extensive experience in cross-border multi-currency, multi-borrower financings and has been the lead attorney in acquisition leveraged buy-outs, tender offer financings, tax free spin-off financings and M&A related work.

Before joining Orrick, Mr. Mattei was a partner in the Finance Group at Allen & Overy LLP.  Prior to that, he was a partner at Mayer, Brown, LLP.

Andrew Mattei
Select Publications
  • Contributing Author, How to buy a U.S. Business: A Guide to Negotiated and Hostile Acquisitions, 2003.
  • Contributing Author, Advising Illinois Financial Institutions, "Chapter 11 Multi-Bank Credit Facilities," 1997.
  • Co-Author, "Proposed Rule 144 and Related Concerns," Butterworth's Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, 1989.
Admitted In
  • New York

Education
  • J.D., Dean's List, Fordham University School of Law, 1987
  • B.S., Dean's List, State University of New York at Cortland, 1979
Honors
  • Fordham Urban Law Journal

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